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Strasbourg Train Station

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Strasbourg is as little as two hours 20 minutes from Paris on the high speed TGV Est route. It means a city break to Alsace is easy, without the worry of expensive and limited flights to Strasbourg. At Strasbourg station, you’ve but a short 450-yard (400m) walk east to the Grande Île. While buses, trams and taxis are available to take you beyond the Old Town centre.

Strasbourg’s rich history and lively contemporary culture might be enough to keep you occupied. But a stay here gives you the ideal opportunity to head off into Switzerland, Germany or Luxembourg as well.

Strasbourg Station is around half a mile (1km) from the mostly pedestrianised city centre. It’s one of the most important stations in eastern France, used by high-speed TGV as well as local and regional trains.

Strasbourg station is just over half a mile (1 km) from the historic city centre. For longer journeys, a number of buses stop outside and there’s a taxi rank next to the southern entrance. Bear in mind that much of the city centre is a pedestrianised zone.

The old, traditional façade, dating back to 1883, is now integrated into the station itself, having been enveloped by today’s futuristic-looking glass skin.

Manual baggage consignment:

Located on platform 1, next to the main escalator.
Costs around €5 per day per item.

07.45 – 20.45 Monday – Sunday, including Bank Holidays

Lost & Found:

Tel: +33 (0)3 88 75 41 63

07.45 – 20.45 Monday – Sunday, including Bank Holidays

Strasbourg station is one of France’s largest, with facilities to meet the needs of all kinds of travellers.

Food:
Grocery shop:
07.00 – 20.00 Monday – Thursday, Saturday
07.30 – 20.00 Friday, Sunday anmd Bank Holiday

Restaurant/Buffet/Bar:
06.00 – 20.30 Monday – Friday
07.00 – 20.00 Saturday
07.00 – 20.30 Sunday and Bank Holidays

Take-away:
06.00 – 20.30 Monday – Friday
07.00 – 20.00 Saturday
07.00 – 20.30 Sunday and Bank Holidays

Telephones are available in the station.
Business lounges & waiting rooms:
‘Grand Voyageur’ lounge
Tel: +33 (0)892 891 892
Monday-Friday 06.00 – 20.15.

Waiting room:
05.00 – 00.45 Monday to Sunday, including Bank Holidays

Banks and currency exchange:
There are cash point machines in the station and several banks nearby.

Disabled facilities:
For help with boarding, you should go to the disabled persons’ reception desk at least 30 minutes before departure time.

Tel: +33 (0)890 640 650
Please see: www.accesplus.sncf.com
05.00 – 00.30 Monday – Friday
05.15 – 00.00 Saturday
06.00 – 00.30 Sunday and Bank Holidays

Getting to the station –

On foot:
The station is less than a 10-minute walk from the city centre.

Taxi:
You can find the taxi rank next to the station’s southern entrance.

Bus and tram:
A number of bus, tram and inter-city coach services all serve the station.

Airport shuttle:
TER Alsace train shuttles run between the airport and station, with a journey time of under 10 minutes.

By bike:
There are bicycle spaces onboard the TGV if you want to take your bike on holiday with you.

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